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Ping eye 2 wedges

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I'd have to say Ebay would be your best bet. The dots are related to being flat or upright. I know a black dot is standard lie. There is a Ping dot chart on the Ping website somewhere

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Did they even make one of those in 64 degrees back then???

I don't really know, I've got a 61 deg Ping Eye2 L wedge but never seen a 64.

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I had to know.....always admired these sticks....just checked on PING's website.

Eye2 was released in 1982:

Club Length Loft Lie Offset Bounce Swgt.

Eye2™ 1 39.75" 16.0° 58.0° 0.36" -4.0° C9-D0
2 39.25" 18.5° 58.5° 0.35" -3.0° C9-D0
3 38.75" 21.5° 59.5° 0.34" -2.0° C9-D0
4 38.25" 24.7° 60.0° 0.28" -2.0° C9-D0
5 37.75" 28.5° 61.0° 0.26" 0.0° C9-D0
6 37.25" 32.0° 61.5° 0.21" 0.0° C9-D0
7 36.75" 36.0° 62.5° 0.19" 3.2° C9-D0
8 36.25" 40.2° 63.0° 0.21" 3.2° C9-D0
9 35.75" 45.0° 64.0° 0.19" 3.2° C9-D0
PW 35.50" 50.7° 64.5° 0.16" 8.7° C9-D0
SW 35.25" 57.7° 64.5° 0.14" 13.7° C9-D0
LW 35.00" 61.0° 64.5° 0.03" 15.0° C9-D0



I'll bet some are available that have been bent to 64 degrees.

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Hunter rockin' the ole' school fuglies! A guy I work with uses the new version of the sand wedge. We joke that it makes you want to vomit when looking at it until you hit it and are like s#*t that thing works. Looking down on that thing though, the gag reflex is pretty strong. ;)

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May be ugly, but the Eye2 irons are the biggest selling irons in golf. Most likely due to the Eye2 model lasting for years with small modifications. Today, if you buy a new set of irons, they have another set ready to sell you in 9 months or so.

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